There are indications that five-division world champion Nonito "The Filipino Flash" Donaire may not be ready for another shot at a major world title because of the relatively easy fights he had following his loss against Nicholas Walters last year
Windows 10 introduces a new option that allows you to automatically share your Wi-Fi password with your contacts, including people on Facebook. The feature is enabled by default and isn't pleasing people online. Here's what you need to know.
There are indications that the record-breaking fight popularly known as the "Fight of the Century" between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao will happen for the second time in Las Vegas, Nevada early next year.
British boxing star Amir Khan knows the possibility of facing Floyd Maywather in the ring this year is remote following the unbeaten champion's announcement limiting his choice to only two challengers which did not include Khan's name.
Thailand's capital city, Bangkok could be submerged within 15 years, warns the nation's National Reform Council in a report issued last week. The committee says urgent action is needed immediately.
It’s difficult to understate the profound power that the legendary progressive-rock trio Rush has in live performances. It’s as if their music electrifies emotions and sends the audience into a joyous frenzy.
May 6 of this year marked the hundredth anniversary of Orson Welles' birth. But despite the name recognition and the wide film-school reverence for “Citizen Kane”, it sometimes seems as if Welles is still being neglected, even posthumously.
‘Tales of Halloween’ unites a group of talented directors to produce a series of entertaining horror shorts that all occur in the same town on the same night. The film had its world premiere at the Fantasia Film Festival just days after its completion
For the second time in a month after a ceasefire was declared in Yemen fighting has continued. Saudi bombing began just hours after the earlier cease fire and allies of the exiled government launched an offensive in Aden.
The Obama administration has decided that the National Security Agency will soon stop using millions of American calling records it collected under a controversial program leaked by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden.